20" 5 spoke MAG disk/Gear conversion

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  1. lowrider

    lowrider New Member

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    Ok so Mr. MB-Monkey gave n idea

    I want to know if it is possible and will work and will last.

    If I buy one of these


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    and Buy one of these and install on it

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    Then instead of installing the disk I install the drive gear for my engine.

    and use the disk mount as the gear mount



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    I think black mags on my bike would look sick even sicker if i paint them carbon fiber to match the gas tank !!!!!!!!!






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  2. lowrider

    lowrider New Member

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    So how do I get a freewheel on both sides of the hub?

    I have search the interwebs and can not find a double freewheel mag.


    HLP!!!
     
  3. lowrider

    lowrider New Member

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    Solution


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    Only problem is they cost 250$
     
  4. ocscully

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    There would be a problem with the flip/flop hub shown as both sides are right hand threads. For a motorized bike where the motor drives a sprocket on the left side of the wheel, the left side needs to be left hand threads. Staton Inc. sells a rear hub that has lefthand threads, $130.00. You also might look at the Grubee HD hub and Freewheel, $50.00 bicycle-engines.com sells them. You might be able to have the hub flanges removed and then bore the mag wheel to press fit the hub into it.

    What motor are you using for your project? If you are using one of the various Chinese 2-strokes?, You really don't want a freewheeling driven sprocket on the left side, you will need a solid mount to bump start you motor.

    ocscully
     
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